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Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Responding to the BCSO “Buy-Back”

——– Original Message ——–
Subject: Responding to the BCSO “Buy-Back”
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2013 00:19:37
From: Mike Blessing
To: Tom Zdunek, Debbie O’Malley, Art De La Cruz, Maggie Hart Stebbins, Lonnie C. Talbert, Wayne A. Johnson, Dan Houston

Dear Commissioners, Mr. Zdunek:

Recently I was surfing the web and found the following:

BernCo Compass: Gun Buybacks, Strip Club Rules and Downtown Housing

Here’s the pertinent part:

Issue: Gun Buyback

The county conducted its first gun buyback day on Saturday, Feb. 9, in the North Valley. People who anonymously surrendered their firearms were compensated – no questions asked. If the weapons were stolen, they were to be returned to their rightful owners. Deputy County Manager Tom Swisstack said the program brought in 333 weapons, seven of which were assault rifles. The $50,000 put up by the county for purchasing the guns ran out within two hours.

Swisstack added that it’s the most successful buyback day in the state so far. He thanked Sheriff Dan Houston for doing an outstanding job, and Commissioner Debbie O’Malley for moving the program forward.

BernCo View

O’Malley thanked everyone for the compliments but said when she got to the North Valley Command Center on Saturday, she was surrounded by other gun traders in the parking lot. They waited outside harassing folks, she said, telling them they would buy the guns for more than the county was paying. She said she was surprised people could do that kind of gun trading in a parking lot without permits.

Swisstack assured that next time, the sheriff would block off the area around the substation. The next buyback day is Saturday, Feb. 23, at the South Area Command Center (2039 Isleta SW).

First, this wasn’t a buy-back event at all – the word “buy-back” assumes that you originally owned them and are buying them back, when the truth is that the firearms purchased by BCSO weren’t owned by Bernalillo County in the first place.

Second, this event was advertised and reported upon as some sort of “public service,” in order to “get the guns off the streets.” This is code-speak from the victim disarmament crowd for getting firearms away from private citizens, whom as “we all know,” “can’t be trusted” with any weapon more powerful than a plastic straw loaded with spitballs.

Third, the ONLY good thing about these “buy-back” events is that BCSO is apparently to return any firearms found to have been stolen back to their rightful owners.

Fourth, considering Tom Swisstack’s anti-Constitutional comments of ” . . . next time, the sheriff would block off the area around the substation,” perhaps it’s time that Bernalillo County picked out a new Deputy County Manager. As well as a new Sheriff if Dan Houston goes along with this.

It seems that I have until 1 May 2014 to gather sufficient signatures to recall Mr. Houston, and 1 May 2016 to do the same for Ms. O’Malley.

_______________________________________________________________________
Mike Blessing / Phone – 505-249-1248
State Chair, Libertarian Party of New Mexico – http://lpnm.us

Who owns you? Who runs your life? Who should – you or someone else?
Freedom is the answer – what’s the question?

“If you wanna live long on your own terms
You gotta be willing to crash and burn”
– Motley Crue, “Primal Scream”


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Thursday, 7 June 2012

“Accomplishments” and Candidates

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — weeklysedition @ 3:27 AM

Current mood: excited

If nothing else, please forward this on to someone who can use this information.

Sylvia Bokor [ http://sylviabokorcomments.blogspot.com/ ] wrote:

The word “accomplishment” refers to an action that results in a value, offers a benefit or enhances the enjoyment of life. It is an accomplishment to learn to play the piano. It is an accomplishment to be able to provide for one’s family by earning a living. It is an accomplishment to create a lovely garden.

It is not an accomplishment to take from those who earn their living and give it to others. That’s called looting.

It is not an accomplishment to force men to waste their time filling out paperwork, or to force them to take actions over which they have no say and with which they do not agree. That’s called enslavement.

It is not an accomplishment to pretend you have done work you have not done, to make false statements, or to make claims to property that is not yours. That’s dishonest. It’s called cheating.

If the Left’s intention in publicizing Obama’s “accomplishments” was to show how wonderful Obama is, they miscalculated. The lists actually show the extent to which his Administration has violated individual rights, throttled businesses, straight-jacket banking operations, interfered with overseas investment, intruded upon private enterprise compensation practices, established offices of soviet-style czars to harass and control hundreds of business activities.

In short, they constitute a clear picture of what the Left is after: statism.

Statism is the most corrupt of political ideas because it holds that might makes right, that men are slaves born only to serve and enrich their rulers, without benefit to themselves, without recognition of their rights, without recourse to law or justice.

The Left’s ideas are destructive. But come November they could win if those who can fight them and should fight them refuse to fight them.

If you are in a leadership position in a political party and you withhold money from deserving candidates who have major grassroots support, who champion de-regulation, free markets and individual rights, you are refusing to fight the Left’s destructive ideas, statism.

If you are a voter that deplores Obama’s policies but do nothing to support those who oppose those policies, you are refusing to fight the Left’s destructive ideas, statism.

I agree one hundred percent.

So I take it you’ll be supporting the true Tea Party candidates in the general election:

Gary Johnson for president – http://garyjohnson2012.com

Jon Barrie for U.S. Senate – http://jonbarrieforsenate.com

Anything else really is a wasted vote.

I’ve been “Tea Party” since 1996, when I started publicly stumping for individual rights, Constitutionally-limited government and fiscal restraint in the public sector.

Gary Johnson has been “Tea Party” in the same sense since 1994.

Johnson spent eight years as Governor of New Mexico supporting “Tea Party” values – he kept the state in the black for all of that time, while managing to get re-elected in a state that’s 2-to-1 of the opposing party.

During those eight years, Johnson never treated gun owners (or any other group, that I could tell) as a political soccer ball, to be kicked around from the bully pulpit at a whim.

There’s a reason they call it the bully pulpit.

This stands in stark contrast to any other of the candidates for the presidency that I’ve seen. Most of them like to rhetorically stomp on one group or another for political brownie points. Not so with Gary Johnson. None are as . . . presidential as Johnson.

As for the other “big two” – both are anti-gun-owner bigots at heart, and the one who was a governor signed off on a plan to take over health care that was plagiarized on the national scene by the staff of the one who was a senator.

The big differences between them don’t seem to be of philosophy or ethics, but of severity and priorities.

Concerning the U.S. Senate seat from New Mexico that’s up for grabs – New Mexicans can play eenie-weenie-mighty-mo with the two socialist candidates who won the primaries last night. Or they can vote “Tea Party” by supporting Jon Barrie.

I’ve never met Jon, but I’d like to. He’s campaigning as a Christian conservative, yet was recommended to me by a long-time libertarian who’s an enthusiastic pot smoker and atheist.

Jon appears to be running his campaign the way a campaign should be run – by volunteers on a shoestring budget. Thus he needs all the help we can give him.

To start, Jon needs signatures on nominating petitions to get on the ballot. For those inclined to help, he’s got the paperwork all ready to go on his site.

That will be all for now. Thank you for reading.


Mike Blessing / http://mikewb1971.xanga.com / Phone – 505-515-7015

Who owns you? Who runs your life? Who should – you or someone else?
Freedom is the answer – what’s the question?

“If you wanna live long on your own terms
You gotta be willing to crash and burn”
– Motley Crue, “Primal Scream”


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Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Gary Johnson 2012 — Peace is Cheaper

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , , , , — weeklysedition @ 3:48 AM

Current mood: excited

Gary Johnson 2012Peace is Cheaper

From the page of the embedded YouTube clip

Republicans are Thelma. The Democrats are Louise. Together they are taking our nation over a cliff. We have a President and a majority in Congress who insist on endless war. But a majority of Americans are insisting on Peace. As our President, Gary Johnson will end the wars and bring our men and women home — where we will rebuild and renew our broken nation together. We the People will have PEACE. Demand it. Donate to it. Elect it. Protect it. The fight for our liberty never ends.

Media coverage of this clip KOB-TV (Ch.4) – Libertarian Party releases first ad featuring Gary Johnson


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Wednesday, 7 March 2012

From BTP National: Briscoe Nomination Invalidated

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , , — weeklysedition @ 2:34 AM

Recently, the Boston Tea Party’s membership debated a question about invalidating the nomination of Tiffany Briscoe.

National Chair Darryl W. Perry opened a poll. The results were nine (9) votes in favor of invalidating the nomination of Briscoe, with three (3) members voting against.

As per National Chair Perry, the BTP nominee for President of the United States is now “NOTA” (“None of the Above”).

Kimberly Brighton-Barrick remains the BTP nominee for Vice-President of the United States.


NOTES

  1. Links to this post
  2. BTPNM State Committee Yahoo! Group
  3. BTPNM Yahoo! Group


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Tuesday, 24 May 2011

What Does It Take to Get Pulled Over?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , — weeklysedition @ 1:17 AM

Current mood: amused, devious, excited

Florida LP Chairman Adrian Wyllie surrenders license in protest of REAL ID act

Video: In Real ID Protest, Florida Libertarian Chairman Drives Without a License

h/t to Mark Axinn, Chair of LPNY


NOTES

  1.    []

  2. Original article
  3. Reposted –
    1. Personal blog
    2. Duke City Fix / New Mexico Liberty / NMPolitics.org / Patriot Action Network


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Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Hats Off to Marilyn Steffen!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — weeklysedition @ 6:30 PM

——– Original Message ——–
Subject: county chair
Date:    Wed, 11 May 2011 14:46:54
From:    M. Steffen

I do the best I can here. I’m not an organizer, but I do hand out DVD’s of Freedom to Fascism and the Citizens Rule book by the hundreds and did a radio interview last year at a Silver City radio station and have a 23 minute copy of the show if you would like to have a copy. I talked about the Constitution, Fully Informed Jury and Freedom Fest.
——– Original Message Ends ——–

I’d like to put this interview on the LPNM site.

I’ve passed this on via email, as well as included in the next New Mexico Liberty, and sent it on to the National Chair, Mark Hinkle.


NOTES

  1. Original article

  2. Reposted –
    1. Personal blogs – WordPress / Xanga / Yahoo!
    2. KCUF Media – WordPress
    3. Partisans of the American Southwest – WordPress / Yahoo!
    4. Yahoo! group – [lpnm-discuss]


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Tuesday, 29 March 2011

A Personal Message from Bill English

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , — weeklysedition @ 3:32 AM

Current mood: excited     

I’ve known Bill English for thirteen years now, and can attest to the quality of his character. He’s running for the U.S. Senate seat that will be vacated by Jeff Bingaman in 2013, and getting the cold shoulder from the Republican Party’s Establishment types. Instead they seem to be supporting Heather Wilson, who is cast from the same mold as those who gave us the round of corporate bailouts in late 2008.

Yes, the same round of bailouts that started the Tea Party groups.

I’ve known Bill as a Ron Paul Republican for most of that time, long before the term “Ron Paul Republican” hit the big time. I don’t agree with him on everything, but I’ve never known him to waver from his principles.

Bill’s campaign site is here – billenglish4senate.org

Anyway, Bill has asked me to organize a modest fund-raising event for his campaign, probably in Albuquerque in the near future. Details later for those interested.

Below is a note from Bill that he’s asked me to pass on to potential supporters.

– MWB


To Fight or Not to Fight – That is the Question

It has indeed been an interesting week! Most notably is the fact that as a political neophyte, I received the education of a lifetime and discovered that all is not as it seems.

As many of you know I am (was?) running for United States Senator for the State of New Mexico. Which is a race that hasn’t even made it to the primaries yet, but already has overtones of a feeding frenzy with a pack of piranhas.

What many of you do not know is that I am a convicted felon. Yeppers, it’s true. About ten years ago I was convicted of a class four felony for aggravated assault because I pulled a gun on a man that was raping my then fourteen year old daughter. I’ve never hidden this fact from anyone, and while New Mexico state law clearly says that as a convicted felon I cannot run for an elected position within the state, it does not say that I cannot run for an elected position within the Federal Government.

Does the fact that I am a convicted felon make me an evil person? Or does it make me a father trying to protect one of his children from a sexual predator? I also point out that I didn’t shoot the little so and so. I put my neck on the line to protect one of my kids. I am willing to do the same for my state and for my country. The question now becomes, what are you willing to do?

During the course of the past several weeks it would appear that the consulting firm that I had hired to help me with the election began running endless polls and among the questions asked was “Would you vote for a convicted Felon?” Apparently they didn’t like the answers because very shortly after that they terminated the contract with me, and left me swinging in the proverbial breeze. It also turns out that they also asked if they would vote for someone who’s been divorced. I have, but I am pleased to say that after twenty three years of marriage to my current wife, I think this one I got right. Hell, it took Newt three tries before he could get his right, and I point out that not once did I ever cheat on my first or second wives.

So! The question now becomes: do I stick it out and fight for what I believe to be right? Do I continue with no money, or no apparent support from those with the power and say so? Or do I quit? I could take the easy way out and quietly fade into obscurity, but then I’d always be sitting there wondering. Or I could continue on in the hope that the citizens of New Mexico will finally take a look at what we got and what we’re going to get, and maybe decide that they need some one like me in office to protect what is New Mexico and its people.

Whatever else I may be, I am still an American first, and a New Mexican. We have too many problems both on a state level and a national level. As each day goes by we lose more and more. I’m willing to fight for my country and my state. Will you stand by me and help me to do battle against those who would see us destroyed?

At least with me you know what you’re getting . . .


NOTES

  1. Reposted –
    1. Personal blogs – WordPress / Xanga / Yahoo!
    2. KCUF Media – WordPress
    3. The Weekly Sedition
    4. New Mexico Liberty / Patriotic Resistance / NMPolitics.org / Duke City Fix


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Monday, 31 January 2011

Egyptian Tea Party

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — weeklysedition @ 3:33 AM

Egyptian Tea Party
By L. Neil Smith [ lneil@netzero.com ]
Attribute to The Libertarian Enterprise

“They’re rioting in Africa,” as Sheldon Harnick put it, “la la la la la la la … “

As usual, what few, tiny scraps of solid information we receive fresh, at the very beginning of monumental events – before vested interests begin to cover up or distort the truth – is accompanied by plenty of disinformation, deliberate or otherwise, and above all, contradiction.

Suddenly Egypt, an erstwhile ally which, only days ago, seemed to be among the stablest, most modern nation-state in the Middle East, is on fire with noisy protest and violent rebellion, just like Tunisia, Yemen, possibly Syria, and potentially (one can only hope) Saudi Arabia.

As longtime Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak struggles for his political – and probably his literal – life, he’s making all of the usual authoritarian mistakes, as well as inventing a few new ones. He has used his equivalent of the “kill-switch” that Barack Obama aches to have so badly (and let this be a lesson to us), to shut down his country’s Internet providers and cell phone service – which might have helped to coordinate the popular rebellion and keep it relatively peaceful.

He has declared curfews. His army has filled the streets of Cairo with tanks and water-cannon and is injuring and killing people while looting storefronts and vandalizing what may be the most important museums in the world – in an attempt, it’s said, to intimidate the opposition – while the police strip off their uniforms and join the protests. That, plus the widespread character of these events – not just in the capital, but in many other cities of Egypt – tell me that Mubarak is finished and so are a great many other of the planet’s despots.

The Old Media – not to mention Hillary Clinton’s comic relief State Department – apparently don’t have a clue what’s really going on. Conservative talk radio already assumes that the whole thing has been orchestrated by militant “Islamists”, in particular, the 80-year-old Muslim Brotherhood. Whenever you see that word, mentally remove the first R to get a clearer picture if what they’re really up to.

The Botherhood of Man is gonna gitcha if you don’t look out.

But I digress.

America’s home grown would-be dictators clearly believe “It can’t happen here”, as demonstrated by their reactions – dazed at first, then hysterical – to the far gentler rise of the Tea Parties and the results of the 2010 election, which they are trying to believe never happened. They’ve spent all of their time since, not changing so that they won’t be despised any more, but trying to shut their critics up by destroying talk radio and requiring individuals to have Internet permits.

They are mistaken. Thanks to so-called progressives and their pet media provoking it, America today is teetering on the brink of civil war.

Out of sheer habit, if nothing else, it is very difficult not make the same mistake as the pundits and politicians. As Robert A. Heinlein observed, every revolution is a freak. By definition there can be no rules to govern or even understand them, and we must avoid thinking collectively about them. There are as many reasons to rebel as there are rebels, and that’s the only important truth we’ll ever glean from them.

It’s also very difficult to say from what we know now, and I could easily be wrong (I have been before), but it seems to me that this is not a fundamentalist uprising like we saw in Iran a generation ago – although the fundamentalists are desperately trying to co-opt it – but an essentially secular revolt by the productive class against both fundamentalism and the fascist management states that dominate the region.

If I’m right about the character of the Middle Eastern revolt, and the right-wing pundits are wrong, there’s a way to tell. Iran, if not the source of the rebellion, will be one of the next dominoes to fall to it. Iran, too, is teetering on the brink. Most people there want to junk fundamentalism, join the 21st century, and the women are getting tired of wearing those damn silly clothes. What do they want? Just at a guess, all of those things we’ve come to take for granted in the West: freedom, peace, progress, and prosperity, with an emphasis on freedom.

The Age of Authority is coming to an end.

The Age of the Individual is dawning.


NOTES

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    2. The Weekly Sedition


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Thursday, 27 January 2011

Tom Blanton on Anarchism

Filed under: Philosophy, Politics — Tags: , , , — weeklysedition @ 4:34 AM

Current mood: ecstatic

I know this may seem anti-intellectual and very simplistic, but I often wonder why so many folks who embrace the concept of self-rule and massive decentralization spend so much time and energy constructing systems, rules, and theories regarding widespread social organization.

How a stateless society would look is limited only be the imagination and in reality, would probably look much different than anyone can imagine as it would be created by much smaller groups of individuals with various needs and desires than any groups currently defined by government imposed political jurisdictions.

As for the real world of anarchist activism in Richmond, all I can say is that whenever two or more people gather to engage in victimless illegal conduct, a successful anarchist meeting has occurred. This could be three guitar players splitting a bag of weed, a homeowner hiring a couple of unlicensed contractors to build a deck (conspiring to do so without a building permit) for cash, or having a mechanic with no business license fix your car at his shop that has no certificate of occupancy due to improper zoning.

Fortunately, this type of agorist activity that circumvents the state is common, but Rand and Rothbard are never mentioned. The word anarchist isn’t used to describe the meetings. This is basic survival in the city for many low-income people and quite a few middle-income people who are clinging to a lifestyle that is increasingly becoming more and more elusive, thanks to the state in large part. Here we have an actual living and breathing free market – hindered only by the state. This isn’t a political theory in action – it is a state of mind that informs actions based on survival and self-determination.

Tom Blanton, commenting on The Thin Black Line


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Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Boston Tea Party Response to the 2011 State of the Union

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , — weeklysedition @ 1:17 AM

Boston Tea Party Response to the 2011 State of the Union

by Darryl W. Perry, BTPUSA National Chair

President Obama began the 2011 State of the Union address by congratulating the freshman class of the 112th Congress and asking people to be “mindful of the empty chair in this Chamber, and pray for the health of” Gabrielle Giffords. The President then mentioned the supposed “debate” between team blue and team red over the last two years saying, “that’s what a robust democracy demands.” Though, as a Constitutional law “scholar,” President Obama should know that the United States of America is supposed to be a Republic, not a democracy.

The President mentioned the recent mid-term elections saying, “governing will now be a shared responsibility between parties. New laws will only pass with support from Democrats and Republicans.” Unfortunately for the American people, the only things that will be able to get the needed bi-partisan support will not be laws that reduce the size, scope or power of the federal government. One need only look at the bi-partisan legislation passed during the Bush & Clinton administrations.

President Obama claims tax cuts were passed in December, there were no tax cuts passed by Congress or signed by President Obama in December. There was an extension of tax rates that were scheduled to expire, however there were no tax cuts passed in December.

He then went into the purpose of his speech, “winning the future.”

President Obama did not propose to “win the future” with plans to eliminate the IRS, war on drugs, legal tender laws or any other number of failed policies and agencies that have caused the condition we live in. President Obama said, “We need to out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world. We have to make America the best place on Earth to do business. We need to take responsibility for our deficit, and reform our government. That’s how our people will prosper. That’s how we’ll win the future. And tonight, I’d like to talk about how we get there.” The easiest way to make sure America is the “best place on Earth to do business” would be to eliminate the regulations and licensing laws that prevent new businesses from opening. Congress should also abolish the Federal Reserve and legal tender laws, which allow the private central bank to manipulate the money supply which causes the “boom-bust” cycle.

“The first step in winning the future,” Obama says, “is encouraging American innovation.” Though when he says “encouraging American innovation” he doesn’t mean removing subsidies that support existing business in certain industries which intentionally hinder or prevent competition. Instead of eliminating subsidies, the President called for an increase in subsidies for “biomedical research, information technology and especially clean energy technology.” Obama wants to use government force to “have 1 million electric vehicles on the road by 2015” and “80% of America’s electricity will come from clean energy sources by 2035.”

The President also wants to spend more taxpayer funding to replace No Child Left Behind and “prepare 100,000 new teachers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.”

President Obama said, “America is the nation that built the transcontinental railroad, brought electricity to rural communities, and constructed the interstate highway system.” The transcontinental railroad was built by private business, electricity was originally provided by competing companies (until companies were able to get government granted monopolies) though the interstate highway system was built with taxpayer money without explicit constitutional authority to do so. He also wants to spend taxpayer funding to expand infrastructure, with a goal “to give 80% of Americans access to high-speed rail” within 25 years and within 5 years “we will make it possible for business to deploy the next generation of high-speed wireless coverage to 98% of all Americans.”

The President then mentioned the complicated tax code being enforced by the IRS and written by lobbyist and special interests. Instead of asking Congress to abolish the IRS and the income tax while reducing wasteful spending and eliminating unconstitutional spending, he asked Congress to “simplify the system” and eliminate loopholes; optimistically hoping that lobbyist will not be able to get tax breaks in the future. He also proposed a $400 billion “freeze” on spending, which amounts to not increasing spending on 12% of the federal budget.

President Obama says he has “ordered a review of government regulations. Only when we find rules that put an unnecessary burden on businesses, we will fix them. But I will not hesitate to create or enforce commonsense safeguards to protect the American people.” I hope the President keeps his word on this, though I will not hold my breath.

Obama claims the “Iraq War is coming to an end” though last August, he declared the undeclared war to be “over” while keeping 50,000 troops in Iraq. The President also warned the world, “we will not relent, we will not waver, and we will defeat you.”

President Obama’s State of the Union address on “winning the future” was nothing more than a message on spending tax payer money on central planning while giving lip service to cutting government spending and lowering federal taxes.


In Peace, Freedom, Love & Liberty,
Darryl W. Perry
Chair Boston Tea Party National Committee
Owner / Managing Editor, Free Patriot Press
2016 candidate for President of the United States of America


NOTES

  1. Original article
  2. Reposted –
    1. New Mexico Liberty / The BTPNM Blog
    2. KCUF Media – Xanga

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